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Mullin wins US Senate GOP runoff in deep-red Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY ((DailyNews)) — U.S. Rep. Markwayne Mullin won Tuesday’s GOP primary runoff for one of Oklahoma’s U.S. Senate seats, making him a likely...

Past S. Korean gov’ts blamed for abuses, deaths at facility

SEOUL, South Korea ((DailyNews)) — South Korea’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission has found the country’s past military governments responsible for atrocities committed at Brothers...

IRS initiates safety probe after threats to workers

WASHINGTON ((DailyNews)) — Responding to an increasing number of threats born of conspiracy theories that agents were going to aggressively target middle income taxpayers,...

Israel’s premier urges West to reject Iran nuclear deal

JERUSALEM ((DailyNews)) — Israel’s prime minister urged President Joe Biden and Western powers to call off an emerging nuclear deal with Iran, saying that...

Kansas activist sues for a statewide abortion recount

WICHITA, Kan. ((DailyNews)) — A Kansas anti-abortion activist is suing for a complete hand recount of an election in which voters soundly rejected a...

‘Large-scale’ fighting shatters lull in Ethiopia’s Tigray

NAIROBI, Kenya ((DailyNews)) — Ethiopia’s military has launched a “large-scale” offensive for the first time in a year in the northern Tigray region, Tigray...

Primary takeaways: Abortion politics, DeSantis flexes muscle

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis learned who his Democratic challenger will be this fall. The impact of redistricting was on full display. Democrats sorted through...

Crucial illegal road threatens Amazon rainforest

An illegal dirt road ripping through protected areas in the Brazilian Amazon is now just a few miles shy of connecting two of the...

Legality of student loan plan relies on pandemic, 2003 law

WASHINGTON ((DailyNews)) — The Biden administration is tying its authority to cancel student debt to the coronavirus pandemic and to a 2003 law aimed...

‘Pre-bunking’ shows promise in fight against misinformation

Soon after the Russian invasion, the hoaxes began. Ukrainian refugees were taking jobs, committing crimes and abusing handouts. The misinformation spread rapidly online throughout...

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